What are Dark Ages?

  • (noun): The period of history between classical antiquity and the Italian Renaissance.
    Synonyms: Middle Ages

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Timeline Of The Big Bang - Early Universe - Photon Epoch - Dark Ages
... The Dark Ages are currently thought to have lasted between 150 million to 800 million years after the Big Bang. 480 million years after the Big Bang or about halfway through the Cosmic Dark Ages at a distance of about 13.2 billion light-years ...
Dark Ages - In Entertainment
... Dark Age of Comic Books (1986-late 1990s), a period in the American comics industry Dark Ages (1991 computer game), a platform game by Apogee Software Dark Ages (comp ...
Military History Of Moldova - Dark Ages
... invasion of Bulgaria During the Dark Ages, the Northern Balkan Peninsula became a conduit for invading tribes who targeted richer lands further west and ...
Dark Ages (TV Series) - Production
... Dark Ages was created by Merle Nygate in 1996 and commissioned by Granada Television for development ... Grant's new scripts for Dark Ages were described by Judd as being more suited for a BBC Two audience, and Grant was required to alter them accordingly ... effects were required, Dark Ages still had a regular sitcom budget of no more than £200,000 ...
Adam Tinworth - Author Credits
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Famous quotes containing the words ages and/or dark:

    The great danger of conversion in all ages has been that when the religion of the high mind is offered to the lower mind, the lower mind, feeling its fascination without understanding it, and being incapable of rising to it, drags it down to its level by degrading it.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)

    Even such is Time, which takes in trust
    Our youth, our joys, and all we have,
    And pays us but with age and dust,
    Who in the dark and silent grave
    When we have wandered all our ways
    Shuts up the story of our days.
    And from which earth, and grave, and dust,
    The Lord shall raise me up I trust.
    Sir Walter Raleigh (1552–1618)